Singapore Tatler Wedding - - DREAMS -

Among the guests were fa­mil­iar faces in so­ci­ety in­clud­ing Re­becca Eu, Sab­rina Ho, Kim Lim, So­raya Wil­son, and Iroshini and Kevin Chua. The bride’s cousin, Ed­die Ng, and his wife Nina were also present. Hav­ing her clos­est fam­ily and friends in Bali touched her, as did the mov­ing speech and sax­o­phone per­for­mance by her nor­mally re­served fa­ther.

Video footages, an In­done­sian fire dance and live mu­sic by La Puja kept the mood up­beat. There were un­ex­pected touches too, like the neon sign in the re­sort’s wine room Harumi only saw at the af­ter-party. “A dragon ice carv­ing kept al­co­hol chilled, prob­a­bly ex­plain­ing why many guests were ine­bri­ated by the end of the night!” Harumi laughs.

The cou­ple’s im­pres­sive dance was the re­sult of pri­vate lessons by a pro­fes­sional in­struc­tor who chore­ographed their moves. Harumi swirled and twirled in a deep blue gown from Span­ish de­signer Isabel San­chis. “It was a real suc­cess when we man­aged to com­plete the dance on time, with fire­works light­ing up the night sky at the pre­cise moment when we kissed,” she says.

As part­ing gifts, the cou­ple pre­sented guests with fra­grances from Jo Malone and Her­mès, per­son­alised cash­mere scarves, snazzy bow ties and per­son­alised can­dles. Lux­u­ri­ous gifts of bird’s nest came from a pri­vate farm owned by Herry’s fam­ily, and to­gether with all the other in­gre­di­ents of this wed­ding, it cre­ated a cel­e­bra­tion that was the pin­na­cle of fi­nesse and style.

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